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Most Awaited “Naane Varuven” Teasers Out: Dhanush’s Next Blockbuster?

Dhanush is on a Success streak for quite some time now with movies like “Thiruchitrambalam” which on day 6 earned more than “₹100 crores” and from movies like Ranjhana to Atrangi Re, he came a long way in Bollywood as well.
Dhanush next anticipated movie “Naane Varuvean” directed by none other than his brother Selvaraghavan. “Naane Varuven” teaser just landed on the internet on 15th September 2022.

Naane Varuven Story and Overview

“Naane Varuven”

After portraying a food truck driver in his previous romantic-comedy “Thiruchitrambalam”, Dhanush showcases a stunning and most unexpected change in his new psychological action thriller “Naane Varuven” by playing both a protagonist and an antagonist. The actor will play both Elli AvrRam and Induja as lead pairs.
Yuvan Shankar Raja is a music composer and is well known for giving his best when we talk about Dhanush and Selvaraghavan. And in the trailer, it’s pretty clear with the tuning and all the background music makes the teaser repeat worthy.

The best thing about this movie is that Selvaraghavan is also in this movie as a hunter as already shown in the trailer.
This movie is shot in deep forest areas and mountains near Ooty. Yogi babu as a supporting role and Om Prakash and team camera work and editing are things to watch out for in movie lovers.
Naane Varuven is the most awaited movie because the story is written by none other than Dhanush and directed by Selvaraghavan and by the looks of it the movie is going to be a gripping Psycho thriller.

Naane Varuven Teaser Review
“Naane Varuven”
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The sound the graphics the angels, the deep forest scenes, and the music all add up to the hype for this movie Dhanush. Yuvan is ruling with his background. We see Selvaraghavan as a little younger Dhanush and more tribal and aggressive. Meanwhile, Dhanush with his long hair and aggressive psycho-killer looks and other short-haired sophisticated but goofy looks is also Nailing the character. It’s sure going to be one of the best movies of Dhanush-Selvaraghavan.

‘Naane Varuven’ Teaser Public Review #naanevaruven #dhanush #publicreview #muthiraitv #ponniyinselvan— Muthirai (@MuthiraiTv) September 16, 2022

Naane Varuven Official Trailer.

India National News States

Cuttack set for dazzling Durga Puja after two-year

Artisans are burning the midnight oil to give final touches to the idols, laborers are running against time to complete the marquees and organizers are pulling out all stops to embrace the good old days of the pre-pandemic fête.

A fortnight from now, the streets of Cuttack will be bustling with people of all ages and communities from across Odisha to soak in the festive spirit of Durga Puja, the city’s mega festival that is being conducted for over 500 years.
Preparations are in full swing as organizers are upbeat about conducting a grand celebration this time, especially as the past two years were marred with restrictions on public participation and idol height due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The festival in Cuttack transcends barriers of religion with participation from all communities. “From Hindus to Muslims, everyone celebrates the festival together as it is a city of brotherhood,” Cuttack Mahanagar Santi Committee general secretary Bhikari Das told

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Vendhu Thanindhathu Kaadu Review – STR acting saves the film

Vendhu Thanindhathu Kaadu is a film written by B Jeyamohan, directed by Gautham Vasudev Menon, and produced by Ishari K Ganesh under the banner Vels Film International. It stars Atman Silambarasan and Siddhi Idnani in the lead roles while Radhika Sarathkumar, Siddique, Neeraj Madhav, and others play supporting roles. The music is composed by AR Rahman and the cinematography is done by Siddhartha Nuni.

Muthuveeran (Simbu) is a teenager who has passed his public exams. Circumstances force him to work in a thorny forest, and due to an accident, the forest catches fire resulting in the owner of the land and Muthu getting into a tiff. Muthu’s mother asks him to leave for Bombay where he starts working in a parotta shop. Soon he comes into contact with the underworld of Mumbai which changes his life forever. The film deals with this journey as its main plot.

Critic’s Rating: 3.5/5

Vendhu Thanindhathu Kaadu is an extension of one of the writer Jeyamohan’s short stories, and the initial portions of VTK feel exactly like that. Be it the conversations between characters, the slang, or the geography, everything looks authentic and adds something to the story. As the film moves to Bombay, it slowly starts to become a little artificial. It concentrates on Muthu becoming a formidable gangster but we’re not shown why he is formidable.

Overall, Vendhu Thanindhathu Kaadu is a technically well-made film that shows us another dimension of Simbu the actor, and AR Rahman the composer. Simbu is as invisible in VTK as Gautham Menon. This is a welcome departure for the filmmaker who has often come under fire for making the same films again. Gautham too has tried doing something different this time — really! There are a few long shots that simply didn’t work for me. But my favorite shot is when Muthu goes to a textile shop where he meets Pallavi (Siddhi Idnani, in a badly-acted and bad-written romance) for the first time.

We see them having a chat until cinematographer Siddhartha Nuni turns the camera away — it’s a reflection in a mirror. Gautham does this again in a later scene for the opposite effect, as if to shut Muthu’s advances.

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